[ruh-nah-tuh; Italian re-nah-tah]
- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for renata
Recent years have turned up such greats as Richard Yates, Paula Fox, Henry Roth, Hans Fallada, and Renata Adler.Famous for Not Being Famous: Enough About ‘Stoner’
October 31, 2013
In March 2008, Ford was arrested and charged with assaulting his wife, Renata, and verbally threatening to kill her.Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s Greatest Hits: Crack, a DUI, Slurs & Violence
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He also meets Renata, twenty-three year old beauty, bourgeois gun-runner; a woman who believes in having many lovers.
When one of them is killed in an attempted coup Renata allows Quinn, who is getting odd jobs as a stringer, to protect her.
Writing on another subject, Renata Adler once said, that that no essay “becomes as quickly obsolete as an unfavorable review.”The Only Critic That Mattered
November 2, 2011
It was decided at length to give Renata over to the civil power.
“They are all ‘worst’ for Charlotte,” cried Renata springing up.
Renata was married then, you know, so I came to live with her and Nevil.
“Oh, I hope so,” said Renata fervently, and then 219 blushed at her own inhospitality.
Redemptus was less grotesque than Redeemed, and Renata than Renewed.Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature
Charles W. Bardsley